- Superintendent, Northbrook District 28
- 1475 Maple Avenue, Northbrook, Illinois 60062
- Northbrook District 28 is an elementary school district with three elementary schools and a junior high, with more than 340 employees serving approximately 1,800 students. One of the elementary schools also houses a Pre-K program. Three schools were designated Exemplary and one Commendable.
- District 28 is one of four elementary districts wholly or partly in Northbrook, Illinois, sending students to the highly regarded Glenbrook High School District. The northern border of District 28 is Lake Cook Road from Pfingsten to the Botanic Garden, and the southern edge of the District is on Illinois Road.
- Hold or be eligible for the Illinois Superintendent’s License
- Successful and significant administrative experience, Superintendent experience preferred
Associates Assisting the Board of Education:
- Dr. Linda Yonke, 847-276-7263, email@example.com
- Dr. Devon Horton, 773-297-0170, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Northbrook District 28 supports students in four schools, including three elementary schools and one junior high. A pre-K program, Young Explorers, is housed at Westmoor Elementary.
- Three District 28 schools have earned an Exemplary summative designation from the Illinois State Board of Education; one school is designated Commendable.
- District 28’s band, orchestra, and choir programs have been recognized locally, regionally, and statewide with superior ratings. The music program has been designated as one of the Best Communities for Music Education annually since 2015.
- Spanish instruction begins in first grade; starting in sixth grade, students may choose Spanish or French.
- The Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (IAHPERD) has awarded District 28 schools with the Blue Ribbon award twice.
- Navigate 28 – Strategic Plan has resulted in various District initiatives in the areas of student growth and achievement, learning environment, work environment, family & school connections, and resources.
- The Learning First Initiative is helping to integrate technology into curriculum and instruction. In 2020-21, the final phase of implementation included providing iPads for students in grades 2-5.
- White: 77%
- Hispanic: 3.9%
- African American: .9%
- Asian: 13.4%
- American Indian: .2%
- Two or More Races: 4.6%
- Special Education Students: 13%
- English Language Learners: 7.5%
- Students Qualifying for Free and Reduced Lunch: 2.7%
- Attendance Rate: 97%
- Student Mobility Rate: 2%
- Full-time Equivalent Certified Teachers: 182
- Pupil to Teacher Ratio: 13:1
- Teachers with Master’s Degrees or higher: 82%
- Average Teacher Salary: $85,866
- Average Administrator Salary: $145,149
- Student to Administrator Ratio: 138:1
Financial Information (FY 2020)
- Average Expenditure per Pupil: $15,163
- State Average Operational Expenditure per Student: $13,764
Total Budgeted Revenue:
- Local Revenues: 94.6%
- State Revenues: 3.2%
- Federal Revenues: 2.1%
Total Budgeted Expenditures by Fund (or as otherwise categorized by the district) FY21 Budget:
- Education: $35,709,370
- Operations & Maintenance: $2,432,990
- Transportation: $1,260,049
Tentative Budget (FY22):
- FY22 Total Budget in revenue: $45,805,872
- FY22 Total Budget in expenses: $45,769,665
Superintendent Salary Offered:
- Regionally Competitive
Search Calendar: (The Board reserves the right to extend all dates)
- Accepting Applications Through: October 31, 2021
- Names of Selected Candidates Taken to the Board: November 10, 2021
- Superintendent Named: December 14, 2021
- Superintendent Start: July 1, 2022
- Apply for the position through the School Exec Connect website: www.schoolexecconnect.com
- Please submit the required credentials through the SEC website.